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Trade Mark Licence Agreement (Multiple Trade Marks)

Trade Mark Licence Agreement (Multiple Trade Marks)
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This Trade Mark Licence Agreement is for entering into an agreement between the owner of a trademark (the Licensor) and another party (the Licensee) who has been granted the right to use the trademark. The Licensor retains ownership of the trademarked property. The Licensee is free to use the trademark subject to specific conditions in the agreement. Such conditions may include use on an exclusive or non-exclusive basis, the Licensor's right to revoke, and options to allow assignment and sub-licensing of the trademark.

This Trade Mark Licence Agreement is for use where there are multiple trademarks, brands and/or logos being licensed and can be used by either party to the agreement. If you wish to licence one trade mark use the template Trade Mark Licence Agreement (Single Trade Mark).

This Trade Mark Licence Agreement includes the following provisions:

1. Licence
2. Term of Licence
3. Licence Fee/Royalty
4. Intellectual Property & Title
5. Confidential Information
6. Quality Control Requirements
7. Records - Maintenance & Inspection
8. Licensor Representations & Warranties
9. Licensee Obligations, Warranties & Acknowledgements
10. Limitation of Liability
11. Indemnity
12. Termination
13. Notices
14. Dispute Resolution
15. General Provisions
16. Interpretation

* Schedule to Trade Mark Licence Agreement
* Notes to Trade Mark Licence Agreement

 
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